The Real Housewives of New Jersey

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The Real Housewives of New Jersey is increasing the drama in the second half of the season. In our exclusive sneak peek at the hit reality show's upcoming episodes, Teresa Giudice struggles with her legal problems and a misbehaving Milania, the twins Nicole Napolitano and Teresa Aprea take on rumors about their family and Dina Manzo, Amber Marchese and Melissa Gorga get caught up in the middle of it all. Plus, Jacqueline Laurita returns on Sunday, Sept. 21!

But there's also some fun in the sun for the Garden State ladies. Take a look at the clip below.

Could Teresa really send Milania to boarding school?! "Listen, I've got enough things going on in my life," Teresa says. She is of course referring to the federal fraud charges she and husband Joe Giudice pleaded guilty to. "We're going through rough times," she says. "And we're going to make it through."

And that's where Jacqueline comes in. The former Real Housewives of New Jersey star reached out to her friend via text message. We also get a glimpse into Jacqueline's life now with husband Chris and son Nicholas. "If Teresa called me tomorrow and said, ‘I need you,' I would be there in two seconds. She knows that," Jacqueline says.

Meanwhile, Teresa A. and Nicole deal with the fallout of Victoria Gotti's bombshell rumor about Rino, Teresa's husband, sleeping with their mother. People scream, cry and make threats. It's the Real Housewives of New Jersey you've come to know and love. On a positive note, Rosie Pierri gets some spotlight, too!

"It's been nice staying away from the drama of New Jersey," Jacqueline says. (But it seems like she wasn't able to stay away for too long, as she's back for multiple episodes this season.)

The Real Housewives of New Jersey airs Sundays, 8 p.m. on Bravo.

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